Dutch socialist leader walks out of parliamentary debate in protest at Wilders’ anti-Muslim comment

Dutch News reports that during a debate in parliament yesterday the Socialist Party leader Emile Roemer walked out of the chamber after Wilders said that the Labour Party had spent 30 years bringing “Islamic voting fodder” into the country. Volkskrant says that Roemer later challenged prime minister Mark Rutte, whose government relies on support from Wilders’ PVV, to dissociate himself from the comment. Rutter replied that it was a “very inappropriate term”.

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